The Wild Science Arcade
In 1993, Binary Zoo Software, Inc. publishes The Wild Science Arcade on DOS. This educational and simulation game is now abandonware and is set in a science.
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In Wild Science Arcade, kids learn about physics by maneuvering a ball using four variable settings: gravity, friction, ball material and initial force. Although it resembles visually the classic Marble Madness, the gameplay is easier, aimed at the younger gamer. Play The Wild Science Arcade online!
The game is divided in 5 levels, each with several rooms. You progress by guiding the ball to the exit hole in each of this rooms. After you complete each level, you receive a warp code for the next one, thus requiring some degree of literacy from the child.